Disabled girls’ complex roles in contemporary media culture
Recovers the life and art of Bradford Ropes, author of 42nd Street and chronicler of gay lives in early show business
Traces the history and development of a previously little-known fan practice
A unique glimpse into the hopes and fears of the Japanese people as coeducation was first introduced in the Occupation period.
A bold journey through images that bear witness to the tenacious power of art and activism
The first ever fanfiction reader framed to emphasize fanfiction's unique transformative nature and continuity with other storytelling traditions.
The first book-length study of changing cultural representations of unwed mothers in American fiction and film, from The Scarlet Letter to Juno
An international picture of New Woman in film and photography
Explores notions of masculinity in Gothic film and fiction
Provides the first sustained historical account of the Frauenfunk, women's radio programming in Weimar and Nazi Germany